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Apology accepted. In golf, I like to play with what the parser recognizes with whitespace and without. I'll try to credit other people from now on when I use their ideas. I thought the thread was short enough that it would be obvious where the idea was from. I don't intend to steal ideas, just borrow. I'll make it more clear that's what I'm doing. BTW, I'm not fond of trolls, either. You can find me remarking on such osts over on clpmisc quite a bit. Come to think of it, you can find me on clpmisc quite a bit in general. Chris BTW, here's my first JAPh, just so there'll be some code in my node. Comments welcome.
$z = int(rand(1000)+1); $y = 'reverse ' x $z; eval eval qq{$y "@{['\"n\\\\.rekcaH','lreP','rehtonA','tsuJ\"','tnirp' +]}"}

In reply to Re: Re (tilly) 4: Shortest -return index of element in array- sub by mr_mischief
in thread Shortest -return index of element in array- sub by leons

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